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Dimitris L wrote a review May 2020
Sydney, Australia17,344 contributions57,007 helpful votes
We came across Cuesta Del Bailio, or the Bailio Steps, by chance, not knowing anything about it. It's a lovely looking street with lots of steps. At the top is a building called Casa del Bailío (Bailio House), that has a really attractive Renaissance façade. We don't know what it's used for. This little street leads to another popular spot, Plaza de Capuchinos. This plaza has the statue of Cristo de los Faroles (Christ of the Lanterns), which has some local significance.…
Date of experience: June 2019
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GeorgeFMarkhamON wrote a review Nov 2019
Toronto, Canada2,916 contributions978 helpful votes
Not really sure why. There is good coffee place, la Cavea, on the square immediately in front of the stairs.
Date of experience: October 2019
Nomadman411978 wrote a review Nov 2018
London, United Kingdom3,171 contributions369 helpful votes
There is an old palace here and a church at the top of a hill reached by steps and makes a good photo. The palace is now a library.
Date of experience: November 2018
Stamatis K wrote a review Sep 2018
111 contributions17 helpful votes
Not much to say about it. If you visit the Viana Palace or Cristo de Faroles you have to go there too.
Date of experience: September 2018
Solodam J wrote a review Apr 2018
Amsterdam, The Netherlands28,679 contributions851 helpful votes
It was such a coincidence when we found this cute stairs. Never know that this stairs has a name "Cuesta del Bailio". Beautiful pebble stones stairs. There are many religious painting on the wall on your way to the next plaza.
Date of experience: December 2017